London | 10 November 2022
#oeWellbeing

London Programme (10 November 2022)

#oeWellbeing

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Why is this conference relevant?

Mental Health and Wellbeing in Schools returns to London so you can learn, in-person, from mental health experts and leading practitioners with vital experience. Bolster your wellbeing provision to ensure that you have a culture that cares.

Our comprehensive programme will cover important topics like reducing anxiety and engaging parents, so you’ll have fresh approaches to help your development as a mental health lead.

Knowledgeable speakers will ensure that your approach is inclusive, school-wide, and lasting, with a comprehensive look at how you regulate your wellbeing provision. 

Gain access to a multitude of practical sessions alongside up to date take-away resources before, during, and after the event to ensure continuous support. Network with peers, colleagues, and experts to ensure that you’re achieving the best outcomes possible for your students and staff.

What can I expect?

Ensure that your school is a proactive, healthy setting that can self-regulate from students to staff members. Expect a focus on getting your school culture right, and practical strategies that you can implement for short term wins, and long term gains.

  • Ensure your school culture empowers students and staff members to recognise and react to mental health issues.
  • Work with parents and carers to build a partnership and create strong wellbeing teams in and out of school.
  • Benefit from methods to support those with heightened anxiety.

Who should attend?

  • Senior Mental Health Leads
  • Headteachers, Deputy Heads, Assistant Heads
  • Pastoral Leads, Heads of Year
  • School Mentors and Wellbeing Leads
  • Inclusion Managers, DSLs
  • School Counsellors, Head of Boarding
  • School Nurses

What our previous delegates have said

Great quality speakers who are passionate and knowledgeable about wellbeing. I have lots of ideas to take back to school

Assistant Head/SENCO, Three Bridges Primary School

 

I feel completely inspired and have a renewed energy to go back to school and implement change

Mental Health Lead, Liscard Primary School

 

An excellent day which has balanced strategies and ideas with time to reflect and consider our own wellbeing. Relevant and important
 

Assistant Headteacher, Meadowbank Primary School

 

Excellent - thought provoking. Lots of strategies to consider, Thank you!
 

Middle Leader/Mental Health Lead, Lexden Springs School